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Through tonight Frontier Airlines has a 15% off code that stacks with their already pretty good $39+ airfare sale. The discount code must be manually entered as it is not automatic (SAVE15), and it is valid for travel from June 22 through October 20, 2015. I mentioned the code in this post about planning affordable summer travel, but it really deserves its own post because there are some very good summer airfares available by stacking the sale and the discount (and then you can still pay with points on top of that).
I mentioned in the previous post you can fly from Houston – Philadelphia this summer as low as $86 round trip by stacking the code with the sale, but that’s far from the only deal. I just priced out Cincinnati – Ft. Lauderdale in July for $72 round trip per person!
If you are feeling lucky, you can fly round trip from Austin – Las Vegas this summer for $106 – and that deal is even good through September in case you want to wait until you can bet on some NFL games in early fall! You can view the full list of sale fares here, but remember to enter the 15% off promo code as shown above if you decide to pull the trigger on any of the fares!
Also remember that even if you don’t want to spend cash, you can use fixed value points from cards like the Barclaycard Arrival Plus World MasterCard® to take advantage of the sale without spending “real money”. In the case above, a $72 fare would end up costing you about 6,480 points per round trip with the Barclaycard Arrival points after you factor in the 10% points rebate for redeeming for travel charges. You would also earn Frontier Early Returns miles on the flight since it would count as a “paid fare” for their purposes. Going to Florida in the summer for just 6,480 points per person is pretty great!
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